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Articulation--Basics Exam 1
Basic terms and concepts from exam 1(different processes)
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02/17/2010

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Term

Place of Articulation


Definition

bilabial(both lips)

labio/dental

lingua/dental

lingua/alveolar

lingua/plaltal

lingua/velar

glottal

Term
Bilabial
Definition
p,b,m,w,(wh)
Term
labio/dental
Definition
f,v
Term
lingua/dental
Definition

θ(voiceless) ,ð(voiced)

 

example

think, the

Term
lingua/alevolar
Definition
t,d,l,n,s,z
Term
Lingua/Palatal
Definition

(ch),(sh),(dg),(dg),r,

(r-voiced)(r-voiceless)

(y)

Term
Lingua/Velar
Definition
g,k,(ing)
Term
Glottal
Definition
h
Term
Plosives
Definition
p,b,t,d,k,g
Term
Fricatives
Definition

s,z,(sh),(dg),f,v,(th)(th)

(r-voiced)(r-voiceless)

h,(wh)

Term
Affricatives
Definition
ʤ, ʧ
Term
Glides
Definition
w,j
Term
Resonants
Definition
l,r,m,n,(ing)
Term
3 types of Energy
Definition

Mechanical

Acoustic

Hydrolic

Term
Mechanical Energy
Definition
Middle Ear
Term
Acoustic Energy
Definition
Ambient Air
Term
Hydrolic Energy
Definition
Cochela--??
Term
Phonological Processes
Definition

 

 

TABLE 2: Phonological Processes in Normal Speech Development

PHONOLOGICAL PROCESS (Phonological Deviation)

EXAMPLE

DESCRIPTION

Context sensitive voicing

"Pig" is pronounced and "big"

"Car" is pronounced as "gar"

A voiceless sound is replaced by a voiced sound. In the examples given, /p/ is replaced by /b/, and /k/ is replaced by /g/. Other examples might include /t/ being replaced by /d/, or /f/ being replaced by /v/.

Word-final devoicing

"Red" is pronounced as "ret"

"Bag" is pronounced as "bak"

A final voiced consonant in a word is replaced by a voiceless consonant. Here, /d/ has been replaced by /t/ and /g/ has been replaced by /k/.

Final consonant deletion

"Home" is pronounced a "hoe"

"Calf" is pronounced as "cah"

The final consonant in the word is omitted. In these examples, /m/ is omitted (or deleted) from "home" and /f/ is omitted from "calf".

Velar fronting

"Kiss" is pronounced as "tiss"

"Give" is pronounced as "div"

"Wing" is pronounced as "win"

A velar consonant, that is a sound that is normally made with the middle of the tongue in contact with the palate towards the back of the mouth, is replaced with consonant produced at the front of the mouth. Hence /k/ is replaced by /t/, /g/ is replaced by /d/, and 'ng' is replaced by /n/.

Palatal fronting

"Ship" is pronounced as "sip"

"Measure" is pronounced as "mezza"

The fricative consonants 'sh' and 'zh' are replaced by fricatives that are made further forward on the palate, towards the front teeth. 'sh'  is replaced by /s/, and 'zh'  is replaced by /z/.

Consonant harmony

"Cupboard" is pronounced as "pubbed"

"dog" is pronounced as "gog"

The pronunciation of the whole word is influenced by the presence of a particular sound in the word. In these examples: (1) the /b/ in "cupboard" causes the /k/ to be replaced /p/, which is the voiceless cognate of /b/, and (2) the /g/ in "dog" causes /d/ to be replaced by /g/.

Weak syllable deletion

Telephone is pronounced as "teffone"

"Tidying" is pronounced as "tying"

Syllables are either stressed or unstressed. In "telephone" and "tidying" the second syllable is "weak" or unstressed. In this phonological process, weak syllables are omitted when the child says the word.

Cluster reduction

"Spider" is pronounced as "pider"

"Ant" is pronounced as "at"

Consonant clusters occur when two or three consonants occur in a sequence in a word. In cluster reduction part of the cluster is omitted. In these examples /s/ has been deleted form "spider" and /n/ from "ant".

Gliding of liquids

"Real" is pronounced as "weal"

"Leg" is pronounced as "yeg"

The liquid consonants /l/ and /r/ are replaced by /w/ or 'y'. In these examples, /r/ in "real" is replaced by /w/, and /l/ in "leg" is replaced by 'y'.

Stopping

"Funny" is pronounced as "punny"

"Jump" is pronounced as "dump"

A fricative consonant (/f/ /v/ /s/ /z/, 'sh', 'zh', 'th'  or /h/), or an affricate consonant ('ch' or /j/) is replaced by a stop consonant (/p/ /b/ /t/ /d/ /k/ or /g/). In these examples, /f/ in "funny" is replaced by /p/, and  'j'  in "jump" is replaced by /d/.

Term
Infant Vocalizations
Definition

Reflexive Vocalizations

Non-Reflexive Vocalizations

Term
Reflexive Vocalizations
Definition
Automatic responses reflecting physical state of infant
Term
Non-Reflexive Vocalizations
Definition
Contain some of the phonetic features found in adult languages
Term

Developmental Stages

(5)

Definition

birth-2mos--->Phonation

2mos-4mos--->Cooing and Gooing

4mos-7mos--->Vocal Exploration

7mos-12mos--->Canonical Babbling

12mos-2yrs--->Jargon

Term
Definition